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SK: The Morning Edition

Every weekday, The Morning Edition examines urban and rural issues from across Saskatchewan.

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Dam betrays Trudeau's pledge to First Nations, say critics

Despite a promise to forge a new relationship with Indigenous peoples, the Trudeau government's support of the Site C dam is facing criticism. The dam is opposed by First Nation leaders, the Royal Society of Canada and Amnesty International.

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'Some relief': Taran Killam's SNL ax

Well-liked and versatile actor Taran Killam reflects on life after his six season run with Saturday Night Live.

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Toll of assisted deaths on doctors

What impact do assisted deaths take on the doctors involved? Dr. Jeff Blackmer says some doctors will struggle, and Canada needs a framework to support them.

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Conservation officer kills 9 bears in 'most difficult week'

A B.C. conservation officer says Revelstoke residents' carelessness with their food and trash led to the euthanization of nine bears there last week. Guest host Laura Lynch interviews Dan Bartol.

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Regina woman in Louisiana helping out community following catastrophic flooding

Regina's Ashley Richter has been living and working in Baton Rouge, Louisiana for over 3 years. She has made the new city home by becoming heavily involved in assisting the community following catastrophic flooding.

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Regina student walks in the footsteps of First and Second World War heroes.

Abby Vadeboncoeur, winner of the Beaverbrook Vimy Prize, says her passion for war history was passed down by her mother.

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8th Annual Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship Camp

The 8th Annual Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship camp ran from Aug. 13th to Aug. 19th, at the First Nations University campus in Regina. It’s targeted to students in grades 11 and 12.

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Senator Denise Batters on why lengthy court delays are a big problem in Canada.

Senator Denise Batters is trying to change Canada's court system. She talks to Sheila Coles about a recent Senate report called "Delaying Justice is Denying Justice."

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Orcam device helps visually impaired university student to read.

Connor StandingReady was born with cataracts in both eyes and has glaucoma that causes gradual vision loss. He explains how new technology is helping to read again.

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Corey O'Soup appointed as new Children's Advocate for Saskatchewan.

For the first time in Saskatchewan, a First Nations man will be the advocate for children in our province. He talks to Stefani Langenegger about why he want this job.

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Regina author, Chris Kutarna, predicts British exit from European Union

He called it a couple of weeks ago in the British media, but was sad to be proven right. Oxford scholar and co-author of "Age of Discovery," Chris Kutarna, dropped by the CBC patio to talk "Brexit."

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Bear Clan patrol inspires group in North Central Regina

The White Pony Lodge had its first set of patrols to help prevent crime in Regina. The group was inspired by the Bear Clan patrol in Winnipeg. Stefani Langenegger talks to the founder, James Favel.

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Conference on addiction and mental health at work helps break the cycle of silence

An addiction or a mental health issue is not something most of us talk about openly. Certainly not at work. Ronni Nordal is hoping to change that.

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Lyndon Penner on why more kids need to spend time in the garden

The Morning Edition's gardening guy explains why the garden is the perfect place for children.

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Regina writer finds hope in a time of upheaval

Chris Kutarna is the co-author of a new book called "Age of Discovery." It's getting worldwide acclaim. He explains to Sheila Coles why we are at a turning point.

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Sask. Senator Denise Batters shares her thoughts on Bill C-14

Bill C-14 has been called a "euthanasia bill" by some and then too narrow and restrictive by others. We get Senator Denise Batters' take on doctor-assisted death.

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